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How to Get Involved in the Booming Python Job Market  18h00 17 février
Lucero del Alba
From finance to artificial intelligence, data science to web development, there isn’t an area in which Python isn’t consolidated and flourishing. So let’s discuss actual salaries, in-demand skills, marketplaces, and what to do in order to remain competitive. Find remote jobs in tech, including...
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What Is Node and When Should I Use It?  23h00 16 février
James Hibbard
So you’ve heard of Node.js, but aren’t quite sure what it is or where it fits into your development workflow. Or maybe you’ve heard people singing Node’s praises and now you’re wondering if it’s something you need to learn. Perhaps you’re familiar with another back-end technology and want to find...
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Top 2020 WordPress Plugins for Supercharging Your Website  17h00 12 février
SitePoint Sponsors
WordPress has become far and away the most popular website-building platform of them all. It has a wealth of tools to help you design and build a professional-looking portfolio, blog, eCommerce site, or virtually any other type of website. Nothing is perfect. Even if this remarkable web-building...
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How to Make a Simple JavaScript Quiz  22h00 11 février
Yaphi Berhanu
How do I make a JavaScript quiz? is one of the most common questions asked by people learning web development, and for good reason. Quizzes are fun They’re a great way of learning about new subjects, and they allow you to engage your audience with something fun and playful. Coding your own...
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Committing Changes to Your Codebase the Right Way  18h00 10 février
Lucero del Alba
The difference between a good and a bad commit can be huge. It’s no fun having to ask your colleague or your past self what a particular change was about, or what the current state of things is. This article aims to provide a thorough guide to the best practices of software commits. Why Bother?...
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Build a JavaScript Command Line Interface (CLI) with Node.js  03h00 07 février
Lukas White
As great as Node.js is for traditional web applications, its potential uses are far broader. Microservices, REST APIs, tooling, working with the Internet of Things and even desktop applications: it’s got your back. Another area where Node.js is really useful is for building command-line...
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An Introduction to REST and RESTful APIs  23h00 05 février
Craig Buckler
REST is an acronym for Representational State Transfer an almost meaningless description of the most-used web service technology REST is a way for two computer systems to communicate over HTTP in a similar way to web browsers and servers. Sharing data between two or more systems has always been...
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Practical Ways to Advance Your TypeScript Skills  18h00 04 février
JavaScript Joe
As a programmer, it can feel like you know something well enough to be dangerous. For some situations, this is fine. All you need to know are these three methods in this programming language. Other times we want to develop expertise. In this article, we’ll cover ways to advance your TypeScript...
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5 jQuery.each() Function Examples  22h00 03 février
Florian Rappl
This is an extensive overview of the jQuery.each() function one of jQuery’s most important and most used functions. In this article, we’ll find out why and take a look at how you can use it. What is jQuery.each() jQuery’s each() function is used to loop through each element of the target jQuery...
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How to Tackle a Python Interview  18h00 30 janvier
Shaumik Daityari
Have you cleared the first round of calls with the HR? Are you going for a Python interview in person? If you’re wondering what Python-related questions may be asked, this guide should be of help. In the first section, we’ll discuss a few questions about Python’s philosophy those that help you...